What makes it "tactical"?
Does it have full auto dotting of i's?
Do refills come already belt-loaded?
Can it penetrate your enemy's clothing and write nasty comments on his skin?
I made a brass sleeve for a mechanical shop pencil. Do I need to register it with the ATF?
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Just like so many other ordinary things these days which get labeled as assault because someone installs black plastic furniture on them and hangs a varied assortment of "got to have these" mostly un needed gadgets on them.
The pen is hardened and you could call it armored since it would be nearly indestructible under normal circumstances though. But I would probably mistake it for a center punch and that would end it
Never try to tell me it can't be done
When I have to paint I use http://kbs.justoldtrucks.com/
Jagdkommando knife.. then it could be more tactical when it can be used for stabbing. Of course you can stab whatever sharp object tought...
But those grooves on the tip helps it to penetrate objects, without need to be sharpened so that it couldn't be used as a pen.
Beautifull pen anyway!
For me, "Workshop proof pen" would sell better, one that doesn't matter even if you drop a hammer on it or something like that. That pen looks that it would last even in my use.
Last edited by Tuomas; 11-19-2019 at 03:14 AM.
Basically an enhanced Kubotan 'compliance' device, a kubotan is legal in some countries not others, by adding a pen insert it becomes a pen and it's still a kubotan, depending on circumstances it may be considered a disguised weapon with all the legal issues that go with it, depending on the countries laws.
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